JAPAN: Kyoto, Tokyo & the Michinoku Coastal Trail
11 Days: Kyoto to Tokyo | April 18 - 28, 2025
Japan is a country made for the adventure seekers. It bridges modernity and ancient traditions like almost no other place on earth.
From discovering the villages outside Kyoto on foot, to kayaking Japan's deepest lake, to walking the breathtaking Michinoku
Coastal Trail, this adventure invites you to discover Japan's past and present while using each day to explore outdoors. Wrap up
your adventure with luscious hot springs and a sip of sake — you'll have earned it.
Onsen Hot Spring stay
Hike in the Kitayama Mountains
Kayak or Cycle Lake Tazawa
Sake Brewery Experience
Hike the Michinoku Coastal Trail
Tokyo Highlights City Tour
Click here for day to day itinerary and tour details (PDF).
Physical Rating: Average (3 out of 5)
This tour may include light hiking, biking, rafting or kayaking in addition to walking.
Details and tour rates:
$10,569.00 CAD. per person, based on double-occupancy
$2,459.00 CAD additional single supplement (your own room) (single space is limited)
Note: If you'd like the double occupancy option but don't currently have a roommate, we'll make our best
efforts to find a suitable match for you.
Minimum group size: 8
Maximum group size: 15
Deposit: $350 CAD, non-refundable at time of booking
Final payment: February 1, 2025
Fully escorted tour with local guides
10 nights accommodations (9 nights hotel, 1 night ryokan guesthouse)
Meals as per itinerary (10 breakfasts, 5 Lunch, 7 Dinners)
Tours and admissions as highlighted in tour itinerary
All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
All our tours are escorted by an All Women Travel host that will be with you every step of the way.
International airfare (we can assist with flight options)
Meals and alcoholic beverages not listed in itinerary
Items of a purely personal nature
We can assist you with booking your international flights.
Note: A management fee of $75 CAD plus GST per ticket will be applied.
Canadian passport holders do not require a visa to enter Japan.
A valid passport is required to enter Japan. The traveler's passport must remain valid throughout the traveler's stay in Japan.
Emergency Travel Insurance
Emergency travel insurance is required for this tour. It is mandatory for all travelers to have Emergency Medical insurance that covers
both emergency evacuation and repatriation to the sum of $200,000 USD. It is also recommended that you purchase cancellation
interruption insurance to protecte your travel investment. Request for a quote can be found in the REGISTRATION form.
While we appreciate itineraries, it's important to acknowledge that changes may occur. We endeavor to adhere to them as closely as possible,
but please note that they are subject to change without prior notice.
Fudai Village Tour with Food Tasting
Mt. Fuji Day Tour or Tokyo Food Tour
Kyoto highlights walking tour
Cherry Bark hands-on craft experience
Guided Kakunodate Samurai Street
Unotori Shrine Hike with Kagura performance
Sappa Boat tour along Iwate Coast